P.O. Box 1376
Chula Vista, CA 91912
The Everett’s live near Ensenada, Mexico. They work with the hearing impaired and help others start schools for the hearing impaired in Mexico.
Please read more about their ministry at https://www.ranchosordomundo.com/staff
7704 Radin Road
Waxhaw, NC 28173
The Baughman’s are Wycliffe Bible translators and are involved in translations of the Bible all over the world. Doug does a lot of traveling and coordination of the translation process. To learn more about the Baughmans, watch their video:
PO Box 628200
Orlando, FL 32862
Keith and Heidi Barkman work with Wycliffe Ministries in West Central Brazil translating the Bible for the native people. They have been working diligently for the past 30 years. To learn more about Keith and Heidi's ministry, watch this video: https://vimeo.com/121798984
7313 Ventura Lane
Grand Prairie, TX 75054
Nathan and Marissa will be serving in the Asia Pacific region with Wycliffe Bible Translators. As a translation consultant Nathan will train and mentor individuals in assigned area to become translators and translate Scripture into local languages. He will also check the translation work for accuracy according to the biblical languages. This role helps to accelerate the translation process through innovation and partnerships.
Thanks for a great Operation Christmas Child season. Join us next year by participating in this great ministry.
There will be several items you can select from that are ready for your shoebox(es); i.e., marbles in bags, princess wands, painted wood village sets, fabric book bags, sewing kits, fishing kits. These will be first come, first pick.
Reminder: No cash or checks should be in the boxes. All donations are sent to Boone, NC or through the website with a credit card. Pre-paid envelopes are available for donations. (Suggested $9.00/shoe box)
Another option is to go online and use Build a Shoebox. https://www.samaritanspurse.org/operation-christmas-child/buildonline/.
You will pick you select a boy or girl and the age bracket for each shoebox. Then you can choose from several items to put in your shoebox. Voila, you are done, pretty simple and easy. If you have further questions, please ask Sandee Freemon, firstname.lastname@example.org